Rosalie's Medieval Woman - Manners has extensive rules for table manners. "Medieval times" may refer to any time within about a 1000 years. Customs differed across centuries and across cultures. These rules were not universal but her list seems to
Jason begins a journey through the social strata of the medieval age by taking a look at the kinds of food the knight might have experienced in his travels. He's joined by food historian Chris
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Middle Ages Food for a King We have all heard about the extravagant feasts and banquets of the Medieval era of the Middle Ages. Menus for the wealthy were extensive, but only small portions were taken.
Medieval food is a big part of the feasting at our house, especially the slow-roasted meats, homemade cheeses, sausages, and breads. My husband has done medieval enacting for decades and I joined in the fun when we got together four years ago.
Medieval Food & Cooking. Flour made for the castle was ground at the lord's own mill by his miller. Millers produced different kinds of flour, fine, to make white bread for the king or lord, and brown bread for the servants. Birds like chickens, geese, and ducks were keptr.